Lima, Peru: European hotel chain to build 2 hotels worth US$25 million

Accor’s Sofitel Royal Park located in San Isidro.
© Accor

(LIP-jl) — The giant French hotel chain Accor has announced that it will build two new hotels in the Peruvian capital this year.

Accor’s Regional Director of Operations and Development Gilles Gonzalez, informed the total cost of the French company’s investment is estimated to be in the ballpark of US$25 million.

The hotels are slated to be constructed in the touristic and financial districts of Miraflores and San Isidro.

The San Isidro project, home to the future Novotel 210-room 4-star hotel, is in the final planning stages and, according to Gonzalez, construction will begin sometime during the next three months.

Novotel will be strategically located in front of San Isidro’s ‘Centro Empresarial’ (Business Center) and it’s cost is expected to be US$15 million.

Accor’s other project, a 150-room 3-star hotel, will be built in the tourist district of Miraflores. Gonzalez reported the total cost for Miraflores project will cost US$10 million.

Accord currently operates 2 hotels in Peru, the Sofitel Royal Park Lima -located in San Isidro- and the Novotel Cuzco, located in Cuzco’s Plaza de Armas (main square).